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How to travel by bus from Santiago to Punta Arenas

Santiago se encuentra a 3.023 kilómetros de Punta Arenas. La duración del viaje en promedio es toma entre 2 a 3 días, en categoría semi cama o cama dependiendo de la compañía de buses, las que atraviesan la Ruta 5 Sur y territorio argentino conectando ambas ciudades.

En Santiago la salida de buses es desde:

  • Terminal Alameda

  • Terminal Sur o de Santiago

Los buses llegan a Punta Arenas al Terminal de Buses de Punta Arenas o terminales/paraderos definidos por cada empresa.

No hay servicios directos en esta ruta, por lo que la alternativa es tomar un bus de Santiago a Osorno y luego desde Osorno a Punta Arenas.

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About Santiago

Santiago is the capital of Chile, which is characterized in its central area by having a neoclassical architecture of the 19th century and streets with different styles side by side as "art-deco", "neo-gothic", among others. The urban landscape takes shape with hills such as Cerro San Cristóbal and Santa Lucía that make up part of the green lung of the city and the basin that is crossed by the Mapocho River, next to which there are parks such as the Forest Park and the Bicentennial Park. The Andes mountain range can be seen from many points of the city. In the periphery you can find vineyards, and in a few hours you can reach the mountain or the Pacific Ocean.

About Punta Arenas

Punta Arenas is a city in the Region of Magallanes and the Chilean Antarctic, being the port located to the extreme south of Chile for its strategic connection with the Strait of Magellan. It is a city that also subsists on tourism, since it is the point of connection with the city of Puerto Natales where the Torres del Paine National Park is located and it is located between the two largest freshwater reserves in the world (Campos de Hielo Sur and Antarctica). It also stands out as the gateway to the Antarctic continent where Chile and at least 15 other countries that own territory use the port of the city as a base port and where 25 other countries request connection services.


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